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  1. Which interfaces do you mean? All of the USB interfaces listed on Tascam's site use both ASIO and WDM. The SERIES 102i & 208i use ASIO-v2.2 and the rest use ASIO-v2.0. The new Model 12/16/24 hybrid consoles look really nice btw. I have to say, I had a lot of issues with the drivers on my US-16x08 at first, but the most recent version has been stable for almost a year and a half now.
  2. If I understand what you're saying, the most important thing for you is to have PHYSICAL volume knobs to adjust stereo pairs individually, right? If that's the case, I use CbB with a Tascam US-16x08's eight outputs going into an old JamHub. Maybe it could work for what you want to do? I'm not using it for a quad/surround config, but rather to jam with each person having their own separate headphone mixes. It's really nice to be able to turn yourself up without affecting everyone else's mix. Jamhub is discontinued, but the Roland HS-5 and the TC Helicon Blender are similar. The Blender is awesome. It has bluetooth mix control via phone apps. I ordered one recently because my JamHub's finally giving out, but it's been backordered for almost a month now. It's only $129 though, so I can wait. http://www.jamhub.com/ https://www.roland.com/us/products/hs-5/ https://www.tc-helicon.com/product.html?modelCode=P0CPR
  3. Bome MIDI Translator should do this and a lot more.
  4. I think you misunderstood me. Adding a limiter isn't necessary if you set the level in the "First Beat" section of the UI to around 5-6 dB lower than the "Other Beats" option. I agree. Setting them to the same number in the options should match the levels. I seriously doubt too many people have even noticed it though, so I'd understand if it didn't exactly become a priority on the "to-do" list.
  5. Even when you set the First and Other Beats to the same sound and number in the UI, the first beat is still a few dB louder. (~5-6 dB louder)
  6. I don't really think CW is doing anything other than just increasing the dB on the first hit. The samples are literally from a single source .wav file when you choose the same for the First/Other Beats. You can find the samples here: C:\ProgramData\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core\Metronome
  7. Never tried doing this before, but this worked for me...
  8. The TriplePlay does have a VST2 plugin titled "TriplePlay.dll". It's basically the same as the standalone app, but in a format your DAW can recognize. VST2 uses the file extension ".dll" (not ".vst"); VST3 uses the file extension ".vst3". Anyway, it should be located in your default VST directory. I believe the FTP app's latest version (v1.5) is 64-bit only. On my pc, the default directory is "C:\Program Files\VstPlugins", but it could be in the Cakewalk directory, or wherever. If you don't know where your VST's are installed, then just do a Windows file search for "TriplePlay.dll". Then you can point Cakewalk to search that directory for plugins. Like kurt said, I have a lot of issues using the TriplePlay software in Cakewalk as well. I haven't tried using it in hardware mode yet, but it may be the best option until someone gets the kinks worked out.
  9. Ah, sorry. I just realized you said you were on Windows 7. There's no UWP in Win 7. It's strange though. I couldn't get Cakewalk to register any activity from any MIDI controller except for the built in virtual piano keyboard. Never had trouble with UWP before.
  10. I was having trouble today as well. I eventually got everything working by changing the MIDI driver mode from UWP to MME. Close any running projects and go to: Settings > MIDI > Playback and Recording > Driver Mode
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